Mrs. Annie Schermerhorn Kane, scion of the Schermerhorn family, and her husband, a great-grandson of John-Jacob Astor, made philanthropy, amateur science, and world travel their primary occupations. Mrs. Kane’s will offered a number of New York museums their pick from her large collection of art and design objects.

We have 346 objects that Mrs. John Innes Kane has been involved with.

We know 4 people that Mrs. John Innes Kane is related to.

Mrs. Samuel W. Bridgham
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    • This person is a sibling of John.
    • This person is involved with 2 objects in our collection.
    • Sarah Cooper Hewitt
    • American, 1859–1930.
    • A dynamic personality with an educated eye for design.
    • This person is a friend of John.
    • This person is involved with 7876 objects in our collection.
    • This person is a friend of John.
    • This person is involved with 7081 objects in our collection.
    • Mrs. James O. Green
    • American, 1856–1922.
    • Eldest Hewitt sister, engaged in early plans for museum.
    • This person is a friend of John.
    • This person is involved with 51 objects in our collection.

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